# Spanish Math Find the Missing Numbers / Busca El Numero que Falta in a Station

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Find the Missing Number is the Inverse Relationship between Addition and Subtraction or Fact Family. A number fact is made up of three numbers. These three numbers can be used to make up other number facts. Knowing one fact can help children with other facts. Look at the number facts we can make with the numbers 3, 4, and 7. Addition 3 + 4 = 7, 4 + 3 = 7. Now the Subtraction Facts 7 - 3 = 4, 7 – 4 = 3. Generally, subtraction facts are harder for children to learn than addition facts. If a child knows that 6 + 9 = 15, and he or she sees the subtraction sentence 15 – 9 = __, the child can think, 9 and what are 15? This use of thinking of the related addition fact when children encounter a subtraction fact they don't know should be encouraged. Children often find themselves either counting up or counting back to solve subtraction, and that is inefficient. If children learn the important inverse relationship between addition and subtraction, subtraction facts will become much easier. As you work with the children, use questions that encourage this strategy of the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. On the other hand, teaching the number line in mathematics is one reason to use this mathematical object with students is that they need to see arithmetic in both contexts: counting and measuring. At the beginning, children may sometimes use the number line to find answers to arithmetic problems (e.g., figuring out what 3 + 10 is, before that becomes automatic to them) but that is never its purpose. We don’t rely on the number line for getting answers -- for that, we want the children to know basic facts and methods and use their heads -- but we do use the number line to understand things about the operations (addition and subtraction) and to understand what the answers mean. With this activity students can learn numbers, number words and new vocabulary words in Spanish. It will be great for math and Spanish class. Just print on card stock or construction paper then laminate for durability. 58 cards with addition and subtraction number sentences, number lines, instructions, directions, cover, example, and chart for your Spanish and Math class. Follow us and Visit our Store: ShapeUp-N-Matemáticas y Lenguaje.
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